Every day, the body accumulates numerous types of waste, including those that it produces (metabolic waste) and those that come from its surroundings. All these types of waste can create a risk of clogging. To remove this waste, the human body has several organs involved in the process of elimination, also known as emunctories. These include the liver, the skin, the lungs, the kidneys and the intestines.
Wild artichoke is a plant that grows in dry, sunny areas, and is found particularly around the Mediterranean Basin. Wild artichoke has been known since ancient times; the Greeks used it to relieve liver problems. The liver protection capacities of wild artichoke are linked to its richness in sylimarin, an active substance found throughout the plant and concentrated in the mother seed.
The wild artichoke reference contains 100% wild artichoke extract for:
Ingredients: wild artichoke seed powder, capsule (gelatine, colourings: titanium dioxide, iron oxide), emulsifier: magnesium stearate, anti-agglomerant: silica.
Average nutritional information for 4 capsules:
Wild artichoke (seeds): 960 mg
Recommendations for use: 2 - 4 capsules per day just before meals with a glass of water.
Recommendations: Keep out of the reach of children, and away from heat and damp. To be consumed as part of a varied and balanced diet, and of a healthy lifestyle.
It is not advisable to exceed the quantities stated. Should preferably be consumed before the date shown on the bottle.